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Roscoe’s New Year’s Resolution might not be the most friendly pledge, but it is something he wants very dearly (as do most canines).
When Roscoe was abandoned at an animal shelter, the anonymous note left with him said he wasn’t good with children. He proved that wrong again yesterday when a couple of young boys asked to meet him. He was incredibly patient with them, covering them with kisses as they stroked his fur. But while he might be good with kids, he does have one weakness.
Squirrels are the bane of Roscoe’s existence. He wishes they wouldn’t scamper up trees as he approaches and is endlessly fascinated with their chattering and squawking. Somehow, we don’t think Roscoe’s New Year’s Resolution is to make friends with the little tree rats.
May you have a Happy and safe New Year! We will see you Thursday morning.
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